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LEGO Legends of Chima: Laval's Adventure

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Standard LEGO yarn with an equal mix of combat and puzzles.

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LEGO Legends of Chima: Laval's Adventure looks lovely and controls well -- especially if you're playing the PlayStation Vita version of the game, which allows for intuitive camera control via its second thumbstick and makes looking around and exploring the game's three-dimensional environments a lot easier. And with more than a dozen lengthy levels -- plus plenty of replay value, thanks to items and areas that can only be unlocked via a second play-through with different characters -- there's plenty of value here.

However, if you're among the players who enjoy LEGO games for their cheeky pop culture parodies as much as their action, you may be a little disappointed. Kids familiar with the LEGO toys will surely enjoy seeing them come to life here, but others will likely miss the witty banter of the LEGO Batman games and the clever pantomimes of the LEGO Star Wars series. The Chima characters aren’t without their charm, but they're no Joker or Han Solo. Plus, there's no co-op mode. It’s not a bad little LEGO adventure, but it's certainly not the best.

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